By: Elijah Brown Genocide rumbles forward in Darfur even as powers around the world turn a blind eye and roll back sanctions. With 3 million Darfuris at risk, the U.S. is set to lift sanctions after a review period ends in July.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Baptist and Christian leaders have urged Nepal's Prime Minister, ambassador to the United States, to reconsider language in Nepal's proposed constitution that would make evangelism illegal.
By: Elijah Brown Iraq's religious and ethnic minority communities - Christians, Yazidis, Shabak and Turkmen - are living at the edge of extinction and face virtual non-existence without immediate action.
By: Elijah Brown We often gloss over the part of the Christmas story when Joseph and Mary fled with Jesus to Egypt, becoming a refugee family. Whether we admit it or not, we celebrate Jesus the refugee every Christmas.
By: Elijah Brown One of the most celebrated churches in the New Testament is no longer around today. How did it and other vibrant churches of that time die? The reasons can apply to today's churches as well.
By: EthicsDaily Staff How do King Solomon, the Queen of Sheba, the Ark of the Covenant and Italian food tie into Ethiopia's religious history and context? Find out in the new Skype interview from EthicsDaily.com.